Just because of all the devices that run in that frequency range, I'd
suggest against running it wirelessly, although it could be a workable
option if you're running an 802.11 N network.

Signed:
Dakotah Rickard

On 11/8/11, shaun everiss <sm.ever...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hmmm that would be something I'd be interested in when ips or
> something like that changes I smell another public free utility somewhere.
> On that note have you thought about having wireless on the server
> though it may not work so well depending where things exist.
> At 01:37 p.m. 8/11/2011 -0800, you wrote:
>>I'm sorry not not seeming as active lately.  I've been busy with a
>>few things, working on Swamp, and reading many many emails posts and
>>messages.  Because I was finding myself responding to about 40
>>messages a day, some being quite long, I have started to conserve
>>energy by not responding to everyone for the time.  I am still
>>receiving and reading them all, so please don't misinterpret my
>>quietness as a lack of interest in the community's thoughts.
>>
>>The game of course has bugs in its current form, but for the most
>>part it is pretty stable.  When I'm not accidentally pulling the
>>Ethernet cord out of the server it is stable, I mean.  Haha, sorry
>>again to all of those who were affected by that yesterday.  Because
>>the game is fairly stable, I am taking this time to implement
>>several changes before I upload the next game update.  At various
>>stages in development, a programmer will hit places where much time
>>is needed to proceed but an outside viewer wouldn't notice any
>>changes.  Foundations need to be built, code needs to be optimized,
>>and few of those things bring about fun new content in and of
>>themselves.  I am at one of those points in the code, so it is going
>>to take a bit longer before the next update.
>>
>>I also plan to hot glue the cord into the back of my server,
>>ROFL!  I'm also considering building something to alert me in the
>>event that my lousy ISP resets my connection and changes my router
>>redirect settings like it has done twice already.
>>
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